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thought was going to win. doesn't mean they were trying to help the other camp. and there is a big discrepancy and that is the opinion of analysts and i don't know who they were exactly and one of the things we are trying to figure out who did the analytical work to make that change that occurred in january. >> next, a portion of the house intelligence committee hearing on russian interference into the 2016 elections. after that, we hear from the
chairman and ranking member of the house intelligence committee. ♪ journal,'s washington live every day with news and policy issues that impact you. coming up tuesday morning, jodey arrington will join us to discuss the future of health care. monday's hearing on russian interference in the 2016 elections and trump's 2018 budget. illinois democratic congresswoman, robin kelly, weighs in on health care and the congressional black caucus meeting at white house. be sure to watch washington journal tuesday morning. join the discussion. forome commission hearings judge neil gorsuch started on monday. the senate judiciary committee hearings continue live tuesday with the judge answering
questions from the committee appeared see it live at 9:30 a.m. eastern on c-span3 -- from the committee. see it live at 9:30 a.m. eastern on c-span3. thursday, u.s. house votes on the republican health care replacement plan. we'll have live coverage starting at 9:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. you can see it on c-span.org and listen to the debate on the c-span radio app. >> this week is c-span's anniversary week. 38 years ago on march 19, 1979, the house of representatives opened its debates to tv cameras the first time. the cable television industry lost c-span to bring congress into america's home. >> gentleman. >> [indiscernible]
>> mr. speaker, on this historic day, the house of representatives opens its proceedings for the first time to televised coverage. i wish to congratulate you for making this possible, and this committee who has worked so hard under the leadership of this congressman to make this a reality. chill at vision -- television will change this institution just as it has changed the executive branch. the good will outweigh the bad. every member of this body musk ask him or herself how many americans are listening to the debates that are made. when the house becomes comfortable with the changes brought by television coverage, the news media will be allowed to bring their own cameras into this chamber and in the meantime, there is no censorship. every word is available for broadcast coverage. journalists will be up to use and edit as they see fit.
the solution for the lack of confidence in government, mr. speaker, is more open government at all levels. i hope that the leadership of the united states senate will see this as a friendly challenge to begin to open -- >> gentleman's time has expired. >> the marriage of this media and our open debate has the potential to revitalize democracy. >> in 1986, the cable industry lost c-span2 to carry the senate live. all of our coverage is webcast live and searchable for free at c-span.org. c-span tv, radio and online provided as a public service for cable and satellite affiliates across the nation. and admiraley michael rodgers testified at a house intelligence committee hearing on russian interference in the 2016 presidential
election. director call me directly at just president trump's claims that obama had trump tower wiretapped. and that there is an ongoing investigation into ties between the trump campaign and russia. here's a look. >> i've been authorized by the apartment of justice to confirm that the fbi as a part of our counterintelligence mission is the russiang government's efforts to interfere in the 2016 president election. that includes investigating the nature of any lengths -- links between in the individual and the russian government and whether there was any coronation between the campaign and russia's efforts. as with any counterintelligence investigation, this will all conclude an